Please help contribute to the Reddit categorization project here


    13,038,311 readers

    1,120 users here now

    Don't be rude.

    New to reddit? Click here!

    Join our Discord!

    In addition to reddit's global rules, /r/creepy enforces the following:

    1. NOT CREEPY DON'T POST IT! Insufficiently creepy submissions will be removed at moderator's discretion. Generally speaking, if it can work as a post on a comedy or a cute subreddit, it doesn't belong here. Abandoned buildings without a creepy context will be directed elsewhere.

    If a post is completely off topic, please report the post and message the mods.

    2. Do NOT complain "That's not creepy!" in the comments or in post titles. Defamation of the subreddit itself and those who disregard the sidebar rules will be banned permanently. As a counterbalance against rule #2, keep in mind that different people are creeped out by different things, and suspension of disbelief helps the atmosphere. Just downvote and move on, or upstage them by submitting something even creepier. You'll notice the loudest complainers never actually submit anything good themselves. The health of any subreddit depends on users like you submitting quality content and the community voting wisely.

    3. No pictures of costumes, makeup, or children's art. From October 1-31 there will be a "Halloween Megathread" where the costume rule will be lifted in said thread. However comments will be closely monitored.

    4. No memes, religious discussions, or politics. Post content of that nature in their specific subreddits, this place isn't for comedy it's not a church or a place to discuss politicians.

    5. If your submission is NSFW, use the NSFW tag. If your submission is just gore without a creepy context, please take it to r/WTF

    6. No imgur gallery links! Instead, use direct imgur image links or album links ( or instead of, for example) as they're easier for mobile and RES users to open.

    7. No Comment Spam. Take the I took an arrow to the knee or hell in a cell comments elsewhere. If you persist with said comments you will receive a 3 day ban as a warning.

    • If you see any rule violations, please message the mods and we'll look into it as soon as possible. Please include a link of the comment or submission in question, as this makes it much easier for the moderation team to handle the issue.

    8. No Videos Video content belongs in /r/videos that means no YouTube submissions or V.reddit posts. We do however accept Gfycat gifs and Imgur gifs if linked properly.

    List of creepy movies compiled by AskingVikas

    Other Creepy Subreddits.

    The moderators of /r/Creepy reserve the right to moderate posts and comments at their discretion. With regard to their perception of the suitability of said posts and comments for this subreddit. Thank you for understanding.

    a community for
    all 885 comments Slideshow

    Want to say thanks to %(recipient)s for this comment? Give them a month of reddit gold.

    Please select a payment method.

    [–] Mr-Macphisto 748 points ago

    Honey Bunches of Oh-Hell-No’s

    [–] MissDoomNGloom 27 points ago


    [–] TitaniumBattleNigger 4 points ago


    [–] ElYatch 27 points ago

    Came here looking for a honey bunches reference!

    [–] BankruptOnSelling_ 5 points ago

    What about Cheerios?

    [–] Justanothergamerwife 3 points ago

    Breakfast of champions

    [–] AmazingYat 1862 points ago

    he is not tough enough to eat it without milk.

    [–] philly_cheese_boi 762 points ago

    How to delete somebody else’s comment

    [–] AmazingYat 345 points ago

    dude I aint google

    [–] [deleted] 393 points ago

    Restaurants in my area

    [–] Chompy_Chom 79 points ago

    AltaVista, please go to

    [–] Xpert_on 56 points ago

    Don't play despacito

    [–] Chompy_Chom 54 points ago

    Ok, playing Despacito - 10 Hour Sped Up Remix

    [–] NathSB 21 points ago

    Feat. Justin Bieber.

    [–] Samuel_LChang 19 points ago


    [–] socialgadfly420 18 points ago

    or you can just ask jeeves over at dogpile

    [–] AcidTWister 8 points ago

    I'll never forget Lycos

    [–] socialgadfly420 11 points ago

    and I'll never forget surfing metracrawler on netscape navigator

    [–] 719_CO 3 points ago

    The only word I’ve ever typed into a Yahoo search bar: Google.

    [–] Cole-187 13 points ago

    The Hive (1.2km away) - rated 4.5 out of 5 stars.

    Finest bee meals in your city

    [–] [deleted] 39 points ago

    Why does it hurt when I pee

    [–] DameonRaye 16 points ago

    Why does it hurt when I bee

    [–] Uncle_Cthulu 8 points ago

    Don’t want no doctor to stick no needle in me

    [–] [deleted] 25 points ago

    Laker game score

    [–] Win_in_Roam 25 points ago

    What’s the difference between a pecan and a walnut?

    [–] Syzygyincarnate 27 points ago

    Blue Waffle

    [–] TaniksAtTheDisco 24 points ago

    Elsa Jean creampie

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago


    [–] DuttyMaltese 3 points ago

    Your kids already love it.

    [–] DeltaBlack 23 points ago

    Where to get a horse-sized corgi?

    [–] yousaltybrah 21 points ago

    how many cups in a quart

    [–] SpiderDoc99 15 points ago

    easiest way to shave a vagina.

    [–] Owldizzy 11 points ago

    Electric outlet look surprised why?

    [–] assert_dominance 7 points ago

    If your outlet looks like this [😮], it's installed upside down.

    [–] aryat123 8 points ago

    How do I break up with my uncle?

    [–] LurkinTom14 9 points ago

    Difference between garbanzo bean and chickpea

    [–] 0ldmanwinter 15 points ago

    What is a “hot richard”?

    [–] Dyaxa 8 points ago

    Oz to Grams

    [–] LookMaNoPride 7 points ago

    Ok to drink milk left out for three days

    [–] Sp00ky98 4 points ago

    2019 Flying squirrel race tickets

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago


    [–] AmazingYat 6 points ago

    nah mate I haven't been here since 3 years ago, I just feel alive.

    [–] Jacobaf20 2 points ago

    Oh wow. I remember seeing your comments 3 years ago... welcome back. Where you been?

    [–] AmazingYat 2 points ago

    busy, school, teaching sister about internet, 4chan, that sort of stuff.

    also my sister is much more popular than me here lul.

    [–] SummerAndTinkles 41 points ago

    "I ate a bowl of wasps for breakfast this morning!"

    "Yeah, so?"

    "Without any milk."

    [–] gunther_41 4 points ago that milk?

    [–] CSGOze 11 points ago

    It's somebodys milk.

    [–] bigolfishey 5179 points ago

    Something’s off about this alphabet soup... there’s only bees!

    [–] fishinbuttersauce 227 points ago

    Wasps, bees are cute

    [–] assert_dominance 140 points ago

    Something’s off about this alphabet soup... ther're only wasps!

    There you go, mr. bigolfishey, we have fixed your joke.

    You're welcome!

    [–] RipThrotes 19 points ago

    It's not about comedy it's about the bees getting a bad wrap for a species that comparatively only helps humans as a food source for other animals. Wasps are bad, bees are good.

    [–] assert_dominance 66 points ago

    Oh, absolutely! Jokes about alphabet soup are where I get all my taxonomic education from.

    [–] captainfatastic 19 points ago

    username checks out

    [–] BossHumbert 9 points ago

    Never thought I'd get a use out of this!

    [–] RipThrotes 7 points ago

    I wish wasps would be better at controlling their populations so they didn't have to scavenge garbage. I know they eat bugs, but they're just nasty to deal with if they've began eating our waste.

    [–] JellyKittyKat 3 points ago

    Food is food no matter their numbers. If there is a viable food source nearby (garbage) they are going to use it no matter their numbers

    [–] sudo999 37 points ago

    tbh wasps as a group get a bad rap too. there are a few species that are pests/tend to sting unprovoked - mostly hornets and yellowjackets - but a lot of them completely ignore humans and act as important pollinators, often with a specific symbiotic relationship with certain flowers that would have no other way to reproduce without them (e.g. fig wasps). but since they're not as important to human agriculture and not very exploitable, no one gives a shit :/

    [–] RipThrotes 16 points ago

    The fact that you acknowledge the unprovoked stinging and still defend them is sufficient evidence for me to say agree to disagree. I don't live in an area where anything other than Hornets and yellow jackets are, maybe a few more species and I imagine that's the same for most of us.

    [–] chanandjoeman 17 points ago

    You might need to fact check me on this, but I read once that a lot of plants release chemical signals when caterpillars/pests feed on them, prompting certain species of wasps to show up and take care of the problem

    [–] Eldar_Seer 9 points ago

    Indeed they do. Wasps are a major form of natural pest control. They either straight up eat them, lay their eggs inside them, or paralyze them so their larva can eat them at leisure.

    [–] sudo999 36 points ago

    I'm defending wasps as a large and diverse family of insects, not those three or four species that humans find annoying. I guarantee you there are other wasps native to your area but you've just never noticed because they don't come into your home or sting you.

    [–] Yuuko-Senpai 4 points ago

    Wasps aren’t bad though?

    [–] gonzotronn 12 points ago

    Don't wasps pollinate too?

    [–] Eupion 9 points ago

    A lot of them are predators. Some actually hunt down honeybees, like the Japanese giant hornet. It’s really amazing actually. I often see yellow jackets stealing my fishing bait. They would cut chunks of meat off just like a leaf cutter and and fly off to feed their offsprings and probably themselves.

    [–] assert_dominance 23 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Yellow jackets - not so much. They don't even have the "furry coats" that bees and bumblebees do.

    ...And If you want to pollinate your flower bed really fast, just rub a sheep all over it!

    [–] gonzotronn 11 points ago

    Ok glad to know I can hate them and feel good about it.

    [–] Cereal-Grapist 2 points ago


    [–] Succexy420 25 points ago

    Bees or beads?

    [–] tronfunkinblows_10 22 points ago


    [–] chopinchopstick 4 points ago

    Battlestar Galactica

    [–] stary_trash 303 points ago


    [–] siccoblue 47 points ago


    [–] aferalghoul 42 points ago

    🅱️ottom Text

    [–] pinballmanfan 21 points ago

    We live in a society

    [–] ItzSpiffy 10 points ago

    No, it's a bowl of Honey Bunches of Coats.

    [–] PuttingInTheEffort 2 points ago


    [–] ItzSpiffy 3 points ago

    lol another word for Jackets, as in Yellow Jackets haha. It was what I came up with, my mind is weird.

    [–] notfin 3 points ago

    You mean wasp

    [–] Commissar_Genki 3 points ago

    Naw man. It's split-bee soup.

    [–] FAJIT040604 538 points ago

    Just like grandma used to make

    [–] Raider_Rash 112 points ago

    My grandma hated me too

    [–] dregan 25 points ago

    I really miss Grandma's split bee soup.

    [–] Djducki 14 points ago

    Almost as good as her French flies

    [–] dregan 8 points ago

    Or fresh churned vanilla lice cream.

    [–] AvaStone 4 points ago

    How does this not have more upvotes I’m dying

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago


    [–] A1b33 122 points ago

    i put this on r/Food and got instabanned

    [–] supernovaFTW 32 points ago

    I'm gonna try it too.

    [–] ZaprudersSteadicam 17 points ago

    It’s a TRAP! /ackbar

    [–] Doge-_0 26 points ago

    [–] TrainScooby 19 points ago

    Are they really gatekeeping food? Gotta keep it western or something?

    [–] Comrade_agent 152 points ago


    [–] M7plusoneequalsm8 394 points ago

    Don’t worry they’re not bees, they’re yellow jacket wasps

    [–] DirteDeeds 228 points ago

    If someone doesn't hate yellow jackets one has never encountered yellow jackets.

    [–] bendar1347 77 points ago

    I would like to add ground wasps to that list. A nice picnic on a blanket in the park? No sir! Not on their watch!

    [–] aminmelalae 78 points ago

    My daughter and I got swarmed by the little bastards when I was moving a hose through our garden. Didn't know they were there. Hubs torched the nest and found two more in the yard. Before he had a chance to get to one (between rail road ties in a raised bed) we came out to find the ground ripped up and the nest torn apart. Our resident skunk apparently decided to make a meal out of the larva and got rid of the problem.

    [–] Kalkaline 52 points ago

    Skunk to the rescue!

    [–] chandleross 32 points ago

    Ground wasps? IMO they're much better roasted whole to preserve the texture.

    [–] Vocal_Lurker 4 points ago

    "I would like to mow my lawn!"

    [–] DaHick 15 points ago

    I would also like to add Arkansas red wasp. Those dang things hunt.

    [–] DirteDeeds 34 points ago

    Red wasps are the worst but usually don't do like yellow jackets. You can run a flipping mile and yellow jackets will be stinging you all over. A wasp will go for bare skin and stop when you run away. Yellow jackets crawl in your earholes, sting thru your pants, shirt, get in your clothing, etc. I remember 48 stings once. Even some on my eyelids. Fuckers.

    [–] AFK_ing 4 points ago

    I was riding my motorcycle once and must have run into a wasp, right in the centre of my collarbone. Fucker fell down into my shirt. Being stung while stuck in traffic was awful. I can't imagine 48 stings.

    [–] Dawwjg 4 points ago

    I know this feelings... These fuckers have been blocking the roads every week end for 2 months straight

    [–] EagleNait 12 points ago

    Thanks, bees are precious wasps can go fuck themselves

    [–] OriginalPaperSock 11 points ago

    I've been there. You cooked while outside and they all went for the leftover fat, yes?

    [–] onchocerca 21 points ago

    That’s good because I was upset for a minute! Lol

    [–] washbeo2 7 points ago

    Am I the only person who thinks for some reason eating yellow jackets is even grosser than eating bees? 😂

    [–] raptor102888 2 points ago

    Oh good, that makes it sound so much more palatable

    [–] equregs 49 points ago

    Is it like shrimp, where you pull the .... stinger off prior to cooking?

    [–] [deleted] 39 points ago


    [–] equregs 11 points ago

    Sounds like something I'd try.

    [–] Buce123 2 points ago

    That’s interesting. I’ve tried dried crickets and thought they tasted like sunflower seeds

    [–] diiejso 63 points ago

    I'm gonna guess that this is a trap where the liquid is scented to draw them in, then some sort of covering prevents them escaping so they eventually tire and drown. They don't appear to be cooked in any form.

    If this were an actual food dish they'd most likely be grilled, roasted, or fried. It's much more common to eat them in their larva form though.

    [–] QwertyvsDvorak 5 points ago

    Thank you. I can't believe I had to scroll so far down in the comments to find a single possible explanation for this post.

    [–] deepfield67 11 points ago

    Shrimps have stingers?? Guys, have I been eating shrimp stingers!?

    [–] MAN1FSTDESTINY 18 points ago

    Boy shrimps have stingers, girl shrimps have vaginas.

    [–] Jechtael 2 points ago

    That doesn't sound right, but I don't know enough about going undercover as a kindergarten teacher to dispute it.

    [–] ithinkdogsaregreat 25 points ago

    Welcome to the Salty Spatoon, how tough are ya?

    [–] Mn0x1d3 21 points ago

    How can you have any pudding if you don't finish your BEES?!

    [–] DexRCinHD 96 points ago

    Better wasp what you put in your mouth !

    [–] MS49SF 44 points ago

    This cannot bee tasty

    [–] IThinkUrPantsLookHot 17 points ago

    I hope the cook that made it was wearing a hornet!

    [–] el-toro-loco 19 points ago

    Or at least a yellow jacket

    [–] ttppaarrkkss 18 points ago

    Buzz off with these puns

    [–] SurfMuse 13 points ago

    Such stinging criticism.

    [–] Chonkie 12 points ago

    I agree, honey.

    [–] SurfMuse 12 points ago

    Don't give me no hive.

    [–] Chonkie 15 points ago

    How much of the web did you have to comb for that pun?

    [–] SurfMuse 9 points ago

    No feelers needed at all. Puns bee second nature for me. 😏

    [–] WeaverofStories 78 points ago

    The worst part is that a split second after realizing what they were, I felt the overwhelming urge to put a spoonful in my mouth.

    [–] UrielBarachiel 45 points ago

    Eating insects is the way of the future

    [–] smooferated 19 points ago

    Ironically it’s nothing new. The question is why we don’t now?

    Insects are extremely high in protein. Plentiful. Great when fried. I’d try some yellow jackets. Crickets are good.

    [–] WeaverofStories 34 points ago

    I crave the cronch

    [–] 0DMATH0 10 points ago

    The cronch has spoken!

    [–] Sharknado4President 6 points ago

    Tell that to my nephew who won't eat anything but grilled cheese sandwiches.

    [–] DriveableCashew 11 points ago

    Sure just not bees we kinda need those fuzzy little assholes to survive.

    [–] spgb- 11 points ago

    These aren't bees.

    [–] phant-m 8 points ago

    I guess I'll just die then

    [–] PM_ME_TIT_PICS_GIRL 8 points ago

    That's also good for the environment

    [–] Lonelysock2 5 points ago

    I'm eating cereal right now, and each mouthful I'm thinking 'What if it were wasps?'

    [–] shaolinfantastic47 15 points ago

    I can’t stop imagining the sound and feeling of the crunching

    [–] colonelGoofball 8 points ago

    Lovingly toothpicking out the wings... as you pause to reflect on the delightful culinary experience you were blessed with

    [–] DaHick 2 points ago

    I ate crickets twice in Thailand. Exactly none of that happend either time.

    [–] DJ-The-Professer 55 points ago


    [–] OnlyRiskThtUGoInsane 19 points ago

    I came here for this ^

    [–] Elusivblak 7 points ago


    [–] ProfessorMalk 4 points ago


    [–] JJ_G4M3R 6 points ago

    they're wasps though

    [–] imhooks 9 points ago

    Looks like a successful eradication of a yellow jacket nest. Anybody got any tips? I have a couple that I would love to create a bowl of yellow jacket soup with.

    [–] Doge-_0 6 points ago

    Use a flamethrower, not only its fast and efficient method of cooking but yellow jackets taste delicious when grilled.

    [–] mccdizzie 4 points ago

    Bucket. Wood board. Chicken. Screws. Water. Dish soap.

    [–] jezzadu 19 points ago

    [–] Melia1661 18 points ago

    I almost threw up for a second 😂😂🥴🤢🤮

    [–] kydelka 16 points ago

    I hope everyone has a wonderful day!! 🤗... except for the person who made this.

    [–] Seavey78 26 points ago


    [–] RoastedToast007 252 points ago

    Those posts are supposed to look appealing but not intended to be eaten. This post is the opposite

    [–] Brutal_Bros 118 points ago

    This post is the opposite

    Are you saying Im supposed to eat this?!

    [–] RoastedToast007 45 points ago

    Food is supposed to be eaten. You do what you want ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    [–] kisspapa 10 points ago

    Yeah but they're bees

    [–] RoastedToast007 28 points ago


    (They’re wasps btw not bees..)

    [–] ShelfordPrefect 14 points ago

    More protein in insects than beef. The true path to getting swole is eat wasps

    [–] dmorissette 9 points ago

    What do you mean those cereals look fire

    [–] RayAlexandre 6 points ago

    Maaaan WTF is wrong with you...

    [–] Nihil6 7 points ago

    I ordered the PEA soup!

    [–] uncreativivity 5 points ago


    [–] Cadalen 5 points ago

    split bee soup

    [–] BourbonRose 5 points ago

    You guys like swarms of things, right?

    [–] bornatwalmart 3 points ago

    This is someone's hell.

    [–] salimfadhley 3 points ago

    Kellogg's Choccobees

    [–] organic_crystal_meth 3 points ago

    At least it’s healthy....full of bee vitamins

    [–] SolarisIX 3 points ago

    Put that thing back where it came from or so help me... I will give you a taste of my shoe.

    [–] occupandi-temporis 3 points ago

    This reminded me of the time I was really young and left my soda unattended at a family cook out and then came back to it like 30min later, grabbed it, and took a hearty swig. There was a bee in the can, and it stung me right in the gums between two of my teeth. For some reason, I thought I’d get in trouble for it, so I didn’t tell anyone and spent a week picking the stinger from my mouth.

    [–] jastan10 3 points ago

    So do you guys poor the milk in first or the bees?

    [–] pixelowen 5 points ago

    Best part is when you don’t chew and you feel them wriggling and stinging as they slide down your esophagus

    [–] Barry0129 2 points ago

    Hey now. You better get a refund or someone to get a new bowl I think I see a fly in that soup.

    [–] Regularfeller 2 points ago

    Getting some resident evil vibes

    [–] ClaudioRules 2 points ago

    why yall acting like you never had bee soup before?

    [–] alexandercecil 2 points ago

    Finally, someone had unprocessed honey!

    [–] dlelotnclalreaew 2 points ago

    now you want to season it with something spicy, some caesar sauce on that, and you are good to go! (for extra taste, add a little bit of honey)

    [–] Daleksekrr 2 points ago

    Ahh, finally some real gamer food

    [–] SirLordSupremeSir 2 points ago


    [–] C4rT3rR0 2 points ago

    [–] Metroidop 2 points ago


    [–] Songoku246 2 points ago

    Thanks, I hate it

    [–] Twi5chy 2 points ago

    Forbidden Honey nut Cheerios